The auto mobile King long Kingwin in partnership with GB auto signed partnership with Matatu Owners Association to enhance seamless transportation of passengers and goods in the country.
The flag off of this partnership is set to reach all matatu saccos, promote the public transport sector vehicles and promote togetherness in the sector.
Moses Muriithi a representative at GB Auto said that partnership with Matatu Owners Association will help members of matatu saccos purchase Kingwin minibus at affordable prices.
Additionally, GB Auto promised to foster a partnership with Matatu Owners Association, that all mini-buses from Kingwin will be serviced in good time country wide.
Kingwin is a 14 seater mini-bus selling at Kshs 3.5 million, 100,000 km free service and 3 years warranty. The auto motive vehicle is Euro 1V engine not only saves fuel consumption but also environmentally friendly.
GB Auto is a leading Auto mobile industry in Egypt, partnered with Kenya Vehicle Manufacturers and launched Kingwin two months ago in KVM Thika, this collaboration helps to enhance e-mobility in the country.
The company looks forward to playing a pivotal role in shaping the future of mobility in Kenya and building lasting partnership with local stakeholders
The matatu industry had become a major source of employment, providing direct jobs to drivers, conductors, stage managers, as well as indirectly to mechanics, vehicle bodybuilders, electricians, food vendors and hawkers.
Sherif Farouk Mohamed Zaki – Vice President Aftersales GB Auto EA was also present
Principal secretary Cabinet Affairs Dr Idris Dokota (on behalf of the Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua) flags off the KingWin Van by GB Auto in partnership with the Matatu owners association